Jordan’s King opens New Deaf Institute Premises

  November 17, 2009 at 8:37 pm by

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King Abdullah of Jordan opened on Tuesday the new premises of The Holy Land Institute for the Deaf in Salt (northwest of Amman).

The Institute, which was opened by the late King Hussein in 1964, is a residential school providing education, rehabilitation and vocational training for hearing and visually impaired children and young people.

During a tour of the new premises the Monarch met with students and he was briefed on handicraft, textile, embroidery and ornament made by students.

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